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We are working with the U.S. Space Force (USSF) to help them migrate their apps to the cloud in order to enhance mission operations, including prototype and innovation development. We delivered a private cloud instance that supports the satellite missions of USSF. We manage and host virtualized cloud infrastructure that facilitates seamless cloud transition – streamlining cloud migration for space missions.
Providing migration-as-a-service, SAIC manages nearly 100 mission systems in production, with a 40% inheritance rate for authority to operate – which means getting your capability deployed a lot quicker. We actively manage four cloud service providers from Impact Levels 2 to 6 (Secret) on Cloud One. Per the DOD CIO, “Cloud One is the leading provider for state-of-the-art cloud computing platforms, technologies, approaches and solutions.”
We provide a full spectrum of solutions that include human resource management and information technology through the development, sustainment and integration of systems, services and applications to support the warfighter. We are developing, operating and maintaining approximately 200 virtual applications that support the needs of soldiers from enlistment to retirement.
SAIC delivers cloud solutions for DOD missions. We create tools, migrate applications and management solutions that are rated as best of breed within the DOD. Our experience in secure cloud and multi-cloud environments accelerates your timeline for authority to operate – allowing you to deploy capability more quickly and securely.
SAIC supports the Department of the Navy’s Naval Cloud Service Management Office initial iteration of the Naval Enterprise Cloud Environment, by establishing tools, capabilities and services to provide account lifecycle management; multi-cloud governance and catalog management, customizable dashboards and reports detailing multi-cloud usage and spend from the individual accounts all the way up to a complete enterprise view.
We support the U.S. Navy in designing, developing, integrating, modernizing, sustaining and life cycle support to shore networks, network components and network service solutions for all shore-based U.S. Navy commands and personnel critical to the Navy’s day-to-day operations. Additionally, we support the command and control IT of U.S. Navy units deployed by operational commanders.
SAIC enterprise IT and managed service solutions for enterprise infrastructure provide cost saving IT services that are rapidly scalable, flexible and innovative, while minimizing operational risks. From digital workspace and cloud management to cybersecurity and application services, our solutions deliver IT workflows that optimize and automate services, lower total cost of ownership (TCO), and dramatically improve user experiences.
SAIC is delivering leading-edge innovations to 79,000 airmen as the end-user services prime contractor for the Air Force's enterprise IT-as-a-service risk reduction project. Tech cafés offering rapid hardware/software/network assistance, lightning-fast computer imaging, increased security and AI chatbots for automated delivery of help-desk services are just a few examples. We are freeing up warfighters for the mission while delivering unparalleled levels of customer satisfaction.
We provide IT services, cloud migration and management, cybersecurity, information analytics and telecommunications management services to help the Army make their system development lifecycles more efficient and effective in producing new capabilities for warfighters. We enable knowledge management and automation of digital ecosystems for the Army.
SAIC understands the unique challenges in providing enterprise IT to the nation’s warfighters: the Combatant Commands. We apply that deep mission knowledge to provide not just business IT, but IT that provides the ability for theater commanders to effectively and efficiently command and control their forces and rapidly address contingencies. For example, we architected, engineered and delivered a Collaborative Partner Environment to the U.S. Central Command that collapses coalition networks into a single information domain. It’s the first data-centric security solution that’s achieved initial operating capability (IOC) and evaluated as JADC2-compliant by the Joint Staff.
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Whether it’s putting systems in orbit, building the space infrastructure of tomorrow, or integrating multi-vendor constellations, SAIC is a trusted partner of defense space organizations to architect, develop, integrate and build the space solutions needed for national security and universal access to space. Our digital engineering tools are at the heart of development behind many national space assets in orbit today.
We perform critical systems engineering coupled with underwater and land-based test and evaluation for the MK48 torpedo’s afterbody/tailcone sections. Our strengths in digital engineering, complex systems integration, and life-cycle support and sustainment keep the Navy equipped with this weapon system to counter threats to our national security.
In an ever-evolving marketplace requiring rapid innovation, our systems integrators make your technology work as expected and when it matters. SAIC accelerates delivery and ensures interoperability of your mission systems.
When Air Force bases need to secure themselves from drone attacks, they look to SAIC as the counter unmanned aerial systems (CUAS) integrator to protect our warfighters. Our approach integrates sensors from multiple vendors into a robust and effective solution.
SAIC counter unmanned aerial systems (CUAS) solutions safeguard defense and civilian organizations from drone threats. Our CUAS solutions protect bases, commercial flights, borders and more by performing drone detection, identification and mitigation.
We have designed, developed, integrated and fielded protective CUAS architectures comprising of sensors and effectors within vendor-agnostic command-and-control capabilities. SAIC integrates best-of-breed CUAS capabilities and deploys full drone defense systems worldwide to protect not only our warfighters but law enforcement personnel and citizens of our nation and our allies.
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There are more than 40,000 objects larger than a softball in Earth's orbit. SAIC is at the forefront of space domain awareness, serving the U.S. Space Force on the Space-track.org program which keeps tabs on all these objects. Space stakeholders from around the globe enjoy safer operations thanks to this program.
SAIC provides engineering expertise to the naval office PMW/A 170's three main divisions: Satellite Communications, Tactical Communications and GPS Navigation. SAIC’s support to these systems ensures the resilient transport, communications, position, navigation and timing to deliver trusted data to maritime forces in benign and contested environments. SAICs digital and system engineering services, along with data management products, enable our customers to develop, produce, and integrate complex systems to deliver the most demanding analytics, data science, and AI capabilities.
For the U.S. Central Command, SAIC is enabling the data-centric solutions that simplify the processing of massive, complex data sets, allowing the United States to share and execute on data with coalition partners to quickly mitigate national security threats and our adversaries’ capabilities around the world.
SAIC supports the U.S. Army National Guard with improved data systems security, performance, integrity and system reliability, as well as data warehouse SQL Server consolidation by restoring many of the systems, applications and modules while recovering and rebuilding data going back over six years.
SAIC is working with the Air Force on the award-winning Pilot Training Next program. Leveraging data analytics to adapt training for airmen accelerates their time to first flight.
The future battlespace will rely on a data-centric approach to information sharing and decision making. SAIC is already creating collaborative environments and AI tools to get the right data to the right person in the right place at the right time to mitigate threats to our national security as quickly as possible, in new and innovative ways.
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Secure and seamless data access and search can hinder your mission, especially in a JADC2 world where speed is essential. Encrypted query analytics and data retrieval (EQADR) can accelerate data sharing, make data storage more cost-effective and help take advantage of data sets in new and seamless ways.
SECURE SUPPLY CHAIN
SAIC’s Secure Supply Chain solutions provide customers with the economies of scale,
secure technology, and deep expertise to work globally with original equipment manufacturers
(OEMs), distributors, third-party logistics (3PLs) and transportation partners to orchestrate an
integrated and tailored logistics supply chain ecosystem.
We don’t just design a supply chain. We create an integrated solution based on a best-in-class ecosystem with consolidated service level agreements (SLAs) while planning for best/worst case scenarios, surge and seasonality, obsolescence, diminishing manufacturing sources and material shortages, and physical asset security.
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